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An interesting conversation took place between Lloyd Geering and Ken McLeod over afternoon tea here yesterday. Around the table, there were two teachers with coming up to 90 years’ experience of teaching.
The invitation list to a June 2011 conference at the Garrison Institute to the north of New York City read like a veritable who’s who of contemporary American Buddhism, according to the Huffington Post.